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  • 1 decadence

    'dekədəns
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) decadencia
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) decadencia
    tr['dekədəns]
    1 decadencia
    decadence ['dɛkədənts] n
    : decadencia f
    adj.
    decadencia adj.
    n.
    decadencia s.f.
    'dekədəns
    mass noun decadencia f
    ['dekǝdǝns]
    N decadencia f
    * * *
    ['dekədəns]
    mass noun decadencia f

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    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > decadence

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    noun
    Dekadenz, die
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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) der Niedergang
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) die Dekadenz
    - academic.ru/18814/decadent">decadent
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    deca·dence
    [ˈdekədən(t)s]
    n no pl Dekadenz f, Verfall m
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    ['dekədəns]
    n
    Dekadenz f
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    decadence [ˈdekədəns] s
    1. Dekadenz f, Entartung f, Verfall m, Niedergang m
    2. oft Decadence Dekadenzdichtung f
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    noun
    Dekadenz, die
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    n.
    Dekadenz -en f.
    Verfall -¨e m.

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  • 4 decadence

    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) dekadence
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) dekadence
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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) dekadence
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) dekadence

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    ['dekədəns]
    nome decadenza f.
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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) decadenza
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) decadenza
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    decadence /ˈdɛkədəns/, decadency /ˈdɛkədənsɪ/
    n. [u]
    2 ( arte, letter.) decadentismo
    to be sheer (o pure) decadence, essere puro godimento.
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    ['dekədəns]
    nome decadenza f.

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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) décadence
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) décadence

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  • 7 decadence

    [ˈdekədəns]
    decadence, decadency декадентство, упадочничество, декаданс (в искусстве) decadence, decadency упадок, ухудшение decadence, decadency декадентство, упадочничество, декаданс (в искусстве) decadence, decadency упадок, ухудшение

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    ˈdekədəns сущ.
    1) упадок, спад, разложение, загнивание;
    падение;
    ухудшение Syn: decay, worsening, change for the worse, decadency
    2) упадочничество;
    декаданс, декадентство (общее название направлений в литературе и искусстве конца XIX - начала XX в., отличающихся настроениями безнадежности) (книжное) упадок;
    ухудшение - moral * падение нравов - an age of * эпоха упадка (искусство) декадентство, упадочничество, декаданс decadence, decadency декадентство, упадочничество, декаданс (в искусстве) ~, decadency упадок, ухудшение decadence, decadency декадентство, упадочничество, декаданс (в искусстве) ~, decadency упадок, ухудшение

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > decadence

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    [ʹdekəd(ə)ns] n
    1. книжн. упадок; ухудшение
    2. иск. декадентство, упадочничество, декаданс

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  • 10 decadence

    'dekədəns
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) dekadanse, forfall
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) dekadanse
    forfall
    subst. \/ˈdekəd(ə)ns\/
    dekadanse, forfall

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  • 11 decadence

    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) hnignun, úrkynjun
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) spilling

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    dekadencia, romlás, hanyatlás
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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) hanyatlás
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) romlás

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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) decadência
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) decadência
    * * *
    de.ca.dence
    [d'ekədəns] n decadência, declínio, queda, deterioração.

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    n. çöküş, yıkılış; gerileme
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    batma
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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) çöküş, çökme
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) ahlâkî çöküntü, sefahat

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  • 15 decadence

    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) propad
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) propadanje
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    [dékədəns, dikéidəns]
    noun
    propad(anje), slabšanje; dekadenca

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  • 16 decadence

    • irstaus
    • dekadenssi
    • rappeutuneisuus
    • rappio
    • rappiotila
    • rappeutuminen
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    'dekədəns
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) rappio
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) turmeltuneisuus

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    ['dɛkədəns]
    n
    ( period) dekadencja f, schyłek m; (of morals, standards) dekadencja f, upadek m
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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) dekadencja, upadek
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) zepsucie

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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) pagrimums; (mākslā) dekadence
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) pagrimums
    * * *
    pagrimums; dekadence

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  • 19 decadence

    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) smukimas, dekadansas
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) nedorovingumas, moralinis nuopolis

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    n. dekadens, förfall
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    ['dekədəns]
    1) (a falling from high to low standards in morals or the arts: the decadence of the late Roman empire.) dekadans, förfall
    2) (the state of having low or incorrect standards of behaviour; immorality: He lived a life of decadence.) dekadans, förfall

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См. также в других словарях:

  • décadence — [ dekadɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1468; d une construction 1413; lat. médiév. decadentia, de cadere « tomber » ♦ Acheminement vers la ruine; état de ce qui dépérit, périclite. ⇒ abaissement, affaiblissement, affaissement, chute, déchéance, déclin, décrépitude …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Decadence — Décadence Pour les articles homonymes, voir Décadence (homonymie). Le concept de décadence renvoie à la Rome antique et reste ancré dans la civilisation occidentale depuis le traumatisme provoqué par la chute de l Empire romain. Le terme vient du …   Wikipédia en Français

  • décadence — DÉCADENCE. s. f. Disposition à la chute, à la destruction, état de ce qui tend à sa ruine, commencement de ruine. Ce Palais s en va en décadence. Tomber en décadence. Aller en décadence. [b]f♛/b] Il se dit figurément De tout ce qui va vers son… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • decadence — Decadence. s. f. Disposition à la cheute & commencement de ruine. Ce palais s en va en decadence. tomber en decadence. aller en decadence. Il signifie aussi fig. L adversité, le malheur, la ruine des affaires de quelqu un. Ses affaires vont en… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Decadence — De*ca dence, Decadency De*ca den*cy, n. [LL. decadentia; L. de + cadere to fall: cf. F. d[ e]cadence. See {Decay}.] A falling away; decay; deterioration; declension. The old castle, where the family lived in their decadence. Sir W. Scott. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • decadence — (n.) 1540s, from M.Fr. décadence (early 15c.), from M.L. decadentia decay, from decadentem (nom. decadens) decaying, prp. of decadere to decay, from L. de apart, down (see DE (Cf. de )) + cadere to fall (see …   Etymology dictionary

  • decadence — [dek′ədən sēdek′ə dəns; ] also [ di kād′ ns] n. [Fr décadence, a falling away < ML decadentia < prp. of VL * decadere, to fall away < L de , from + cadere, to fall: see CASE1] a process, condition, or period of decline, as in morals, art …   English World dictionary

  • Décadence — (fr., spr. Dekadangs ), Verfall, Abnahme …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Décadence — (franz., spr. dāngß ), Verfall, Abnahme …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Décadence — (frz., spr. dángß), Dekadénz, Verfall, Abnahme; Bezeichnung einer bestimmten Richtung in der modernen Literatur, im Gegensatz zum Naturalismus entstanden, begründet in einem durch die Überfeinerung des Lebens hervorgerufenen Absterben der… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Décadence — (frz. Dekadangs), Abnahme, Verfall …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

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